Consulting Business:
Defining Good Business Advice

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Date Published: August 29, 2015
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The purpose of this research is to provide readers with an understanding of the broad-ranging consulting industry. The research highlights consulting firm clients, including federal & state governments and financial services companies, which account for over two-thirds of all consulting projects. And the research provides predictions for the future of the consulting market in five areas, including its expected rapid growth, the expected dominance of strategy consulting, the growing importance of financial services industry clients, the likely emergence of industry focused frameworks, & likely continual industry consolidation.

This research addresses the historical phases of the consulting industry, including: 
  • Emergence Phase
  • Early Growth Phase
  • Troubled & Retrenchment Phase
  • Renewed Growth & Maturation Phase

    This research defines five distinct markets segments, including:

    • Strategy Consulting Business
    • Sales & Marketing Consulting Business
    • Organizational Effectiveness Consulting Business
    • Operations & Technology Consulting Business
    • Other Consulting Business

And this research makes the following future prediction for the consulting industry, including: 

  • Renewed Rapid Growth
  • Increasing Dominance of Strategy Consulting
  • Increasing Importance of Financial Services Company Clients
  • Emergence of Industry Focused Frameworks
  • Continual Industry Consolidation
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